We are specialists in noise & vibration control products and systems, and have recently celebrated our 20th year in business. Mason UK are an exclusive agent for Mason Industries Inc. covering the UK, Ireland and many parts of Europe with an extensive range of products and systems for Architectural, M&E and Industrial applications.
Our qualified engineers can provide full design services for all our products and systems. As a company we supply and install acoustic floating floor systems, design and supply suspended acoustic ceiling hangers, wall isolation, HVAC isolation systems, and isolation bearings for structures or whole building. Additionally bespoke and specialist noise and vibration control products can be provided.
Please take a look at our extensive website. Our services and applications pages will give you an idea of the typical areas in which we work and our products pages list the majority of the isolation systems we provide.
Contact our friendly and knowledgeable staff for more information concerning your project and any questions you may have.
Mason UK designed and supplied the building isolation bearings for this large and prestigious development, which included an isolated retained façade. The project involved the demolition of the existing early Edwardian structure, but leaving the listed façade behind. A new isolated structure was constructed, supported on 8Hz Mason bearings and resiliently connected back to the façade.
Oxsonics representatives contacted us for help to solve a vibrations disturbance being caused by construction work nearby. The sensitive equipment they use requires very high levels of precision and so any disturbances can cause their results and experiments to be false. We therefore installed a high-performance system utilising Mason Air Springs.
Mason UK had the pleasure of working alongside Laing O’Rourke on many aspects of plant isolation on the SHRI project. The purpose of this building was for advanced material research so it was crucial that vibration is controlled to prevent disturbance to laboratories where highly sensitive scientific equipment is in operation around the clock.
We were approached to help solve a vibration disturbance that was being caused by two large vacuum pumps used for the vacuum test chambers. The vacuum chambers simulate various environments and test the vehicle’s performance in various scenarios.
Following the successful installation of Jack Up concrete floors for the Greenwich 119 project with Kier London, Mason UK were brought on board by Mace to work on the Greenwich 205 project for similar floor constructions in the gyms on the 15th floor and plantrooms on the 14th floor of Building 2 being built next to the O2 Arena.
Mason UK secured the contract to provide acoustic floating floors for the new BBC building in central Cardiff. This was a large, logistically challenging job that required floors to be installed on every floor from the basement up to the third floor. Overall, this project required in excess of 1,500sqm of floating floors.
It has been over 20 years since Mason UK first installed floating floors in the Royal Opera House’s famous Linbury theatre and ballet studios. We were lucky enough to be given the opportunity to work on the recent “open-up” phase of the project.
Mason UK designed an elastomeric jack-up floor for each of the 7 studios and live room against a highly specified acoustic brief for a "box-in-box" construction.
Mason were specified to provide floating floors on this project in Kings Cross by Sandy Brown Associates. Floors were required in the Spinning Room, Cardio Suite, Strength Studio and Movement Studio comprising of over 900 square metres of flooring.
Gymbox in Shepherds Bush had been receiving complaints about the use of the Free Weights zone within its premises. Mason UK worked with Cole Jarmin Associates to design a suitable floating floor system to isolate the energy from Free Weights dropping onto the Structural slab. In the past restrictions had been placed on the Free weights zone, limiting its use.
Mason UK designed manufactured and supplied the 6.0Hz isolation bearings for the new Birmingham Conservatoire
Mason UK were specified to provide acoustic products and systems for the new Farm Studios on Newman Street in Central London. We worked on the design team, designing and installing the Mason FSN jack up floating floor system and supplying several other acoustic products to isolate the walls and ceil
Mason UK were brought in by IAC Acoustics to design a Floating Floor System for an Anechoic Chamber at the New St Gobain Plastics facility in Bristol.
Mason UK were contracted to design lateral building restraints to tie two buildings together structurally, whilst still being separated acoustically. The load was significant, so normal catalogue wall ties could not be used. We designed bespoke assemblies to suit.
Mason UK sponsored the 2015 Acoustics and Noise Consultants awards, for the category of Vibration. We spent an enjoyable day at the awards which highlighted the impressive range of design and research carried out by member consultancies.
Mason UK designed and installed a jack-up floating floor under the large 'SkyBar' in the new Hilton Bournemouth. The late-night bar was directly above bedrooms.
The new gym was built on what was the roof of the Westfield Stratford shopping centre. The gym includes an Olympic grade free weights area, catering for free weights up to 300kg. We are installing a floating floor to isolate the weights area from the structure.
We were approached by a consultant working on a project near Winchester. A factory making aluminium containers had a series of 12000kg punches stamping out parts. The vibrations resulting from this were significant, swaying light fittings and shaking doors in buildings even a considerable distance away.
We worked on the new Resorts World Complex at the Birmingham NEC, for Galliford Try. This will feature a new casino, conference centre, shopping centre, hotel, and cinema. We supplied several products and installed concrete jack up acoustic floating floors for 11 cinema.
The new machine shop at Cambridge University (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology) required a very specific response from the floating floor.